|Name Of Peak||Nanga Parbat||Elevation||8,126-M(26,660ft)|
|Ranked||9th of the world &2nd in Pakistan||Location||Western end of Himalaya|
|Face||Diamer,Raikot and Rupal||Base Camp Height||3550-M|
|First Ascent||July 3,1953||Best Period||20 May to 10 August|
|Ideal Duration||50 Days||Ideal Group Size||07|
Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain in the world and second highest peaks of Pakistan. The Sanskrit word parvata means “mountain rocks” and nanga means “bare”). It is located in Diamir and Astor is a part of Himalayan Range of Gilgit-Baltistan Pakistan.
An immense, dramatic peak rising far above its surrounding terrain, Nanga Parbat also notoriously difficult climb. It has three vast faces. The Raikot face is dominated by the north and south silver crags and silver plateau. The Diamir face is rocky in the beginning. It converts itself into ice fields around the higher end of the peak. The Rupal face is the highest precipice in the world.
It was first climbed on July 3, 1953 by Austrian climber Hermann Buhl, a member of a German-Austrian team. By the time of this expedition, 31 people had already died trying to make the first ascent. The final push for the summit was dramatic: Buhl continued alone, after his companions had turned back, and spent a night standing up on the descent. Buhl is the only mountaineer to have made the first ascent of an eight-thousander solo (at least at the summit) and without oxygen.
|Day 01||Arrival In Islamabad||–||Hotel|
|Day 02||Drive to Chilas||11-12||–|
|Day 03||Chilas- Kachal||–||–|
|Day 04||Kachal to Zangot||–||–|
|Day 05||Zangot to Nanga Parbat Base Camp||–||–|
|Day 06-45||Climbing Period||–||–|
|Day 46||Trek Back From Base Camp to Zangot||–||–|
|Day 47||Zangot to Chilas||–||–|
|Day 48||Chilas to Islamabad||–||–|
|Day 49||Islamabad Debriefing||–||–|
|Day 50||Fly to onward destination||–||–|